A poem about vampires

But first on earth as vampire sent Thy corpse shall from its tomb be rent Then ghastly haunt thy native place And suck the blood of all thy race There from thy daughter,sister,wife At midnight drain the stream of life Yet loathe the banquet which perforce Must feed thy livid living corpse Thy victim,here they yet expire Shall know the demon for their sire As cursing thee, thou cursing them Thy flowers are withered on the stem… Wet with thy own best blood shall drip Thy gnashing teeth and haggard lip Then stalking to thy sullen grace Go- and with Ghouls and Ifrits rave Till these in horror shrink away From spectre more accursed then they

Answer #1

haha. I find it funny that im the only guy I know that read twilight and all the books after it and liked them. haha.

Answer #2

thank you. it took a little while for me to write it, but I was really proud of myself for the outcome of this poem. I also did not think that twilight sucked at all, but this wasn’t about twilight at all. it was inspiration from a book I read about a vampire.

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Answer #4

I really love this LORD BYRON poem… thanks!!!

Answer #5

1st of alll twilight did not suck.

2nd- thats acually really good. really good choice in words. I would have never of thought of half the words you used. thats really good.

Answer #6

Twilight did not suck, it was the best book ever.
Nice Poem!

Answer #7

Just to let people know teardrop911 did not write this poem. Lord Byron did!!! And he wrote it back in the early 1800’s. By the way plagiarism is illegal. :) Just thought I would let you know.

Answer #8

Wow I really like your poem I think it is really good. I also think twilight is amazing and have read them all as well can’t wait for the movies!!!

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